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United Kingdom - A 63 year old woman found dead in hotel



Original Source: CORREIO_DA_MANHA Wednesday 08 October 2014
7 Oct. 2014
Translated by Colonel Fabien

Correio da Manhã

Critic of the McCanns crucified on Sky


Brenda Leyland was denounced for saying that Maddie's parents should "suffer for the rest of the rest of their life."


A campaign on the internet social network is attacking the British media for the "cruel" treatment inflicted on Brenda Leyland, an English woman who was found dead day before yesterday, after being publicly denounced by a television station for having attacked on the internet Kate and Gerry McCann, parents of Maddie - an English child who disappeared in the Algarve on 3 May 2007.


The cause of death has not yet been determined, but the police say there is no evidence of a crime. The 63 year old pensioner was found dead in a room at the Hotel Marriot in Leicester.


Brenda Leyland was denounced last Thursday by Sky News television as one of the persons who have attacked the McCanns. On Twitter, the lady posted a message : "Q How long must the McCanns suffer" answer "for the rest of their miserable lives". The journalist, Martin Brunt, from Sky, who followed the Maddie case and was very critical of the PJ, confronted her in front of her house - only about 24 kilometres from the McCanns residence. Brenda Leyland answered she was "entitled to that". The woman disappeared on Friday.


Ben, 20 years, Brenda's son, published a tribute to his mother : "I love you and will miss you forever. I am love and light thanks to you:" The campaign on facebook "Sack Martin Brunt" since yesterday has more than 1400 likes.


Along with a petition to discuss "trials by television", the campaign denounces the alleged cruelty by Sky in revealing the face of Brenda, who had studied at a convent school. Katie Hopkins, columnist for the Sun, published on Twitter :"How many more must die before the McCanns accept their negligence is at the heart of all their grief? Enough already." Sky News refused to connect this death with their divulging the woman's identity.





Gerry asked for an "example"

Maddie's father asked, last week, that an "example" be made of those who attack others on the net.


No comment

The couple's spokesman refused yesterday to comment Brenda Leyland's death.


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